The open plan living area at 3 Tapley St, CorindaThe master bedroom has balcony access, a walk-in robe and an ensuite with spa bath while the second bedroom has direct bathroom and balcony access. More from newsDigital inspection tool proves a property boon for REA website3 Apr 2020The Camira homestead where kids roamed free28 May 2019The laundry is also on this top level along with a family room that could be used as a study area.Downstairs, the open-plan living, dining and kitchen flow out to the covered deck and swimming pool. The kitchen has stone benchtops, stainless steel appliances, gloss cabinetry and a huge walk-in pantry. Enjoy river views from 3 Tapley St, CorindaTHIS executive home has spacious interiors, luxury appointments and views over Brisbane River. Nanette Lilley marketing agent Doug May said 3 Tapley St was immaculately presented and perched high on the escarpment at Corinda. “This is your opportunity to secure an enviable aspect in a highly sought after pocket of Brisbane West,” he said.The split-level property has five spacious bedrooms with built-in wardrobes upstairs. The pool and entertainment area have views over the riverThe media room is tucked away towards the back of the first floor and is next to the powder room. The property has tiled floors on the lower level, hardwood timber floors upstairs and carpet in the bedrooms. There is zoned ducted airconditioning and a vacuum system throughout. Mr May said being tucked away on Tapley St, the home felt “a world away” from the hustle and bustle of city life and the nearby lifestyle hubs of Corinda, Graceville and Sherwood.“Currently tenanted and maintained in pristine condition by its residents, this property represents fantastic rental yield, which in turn makes this the perfect long term investment.” The home is on the market for offers over $1.4 million.
1220 Gore Highway WestbrookFROM a distance the home at 1220 Gore Highway might look like any other regional Queensland home.It sits on a highway just outside of Toowoomba on the way to Goondiwindi on a 4047 sqm block of land.Although it has been a residential home for several years, before 1995 it was owned by the Presbyterian Church of Queensland.More from newsParks and wildlife the new lust-haves post coronavirus21 hours agoNoosa’s best beachfront penthouse is about to hit the market21 hours agoThe home has high ceilings.The cross might be long gone, but the charm and character of the former country church still remains throughout the home. Where the church pews once sat is now an expansive rumpus room. Polished hardwood floors throughout.Agent Peter Cooke was unsure of the history of the property, which he said was about a 10 minute drive outside of Toowoomba. A study nook.The home will be auctioned next month on Sunday, March 4 at 11am. Former churches are not that unusual in south east Queensland. Take a look at these ones that are on the market in Toowoomba and Esk.
Scientific Beta is lagging behind on one of the most important green finance developments in recent years, an independent member of the technical expert group (TEG) whose EU climate benchmark proposals were scathingly criticised by the smart beta index provider last week has said.One of a barrage of criticisms made by Scientific Beta was of the carbon exposure metric proposed by the TEG, whereby carbon intensity is calculated on the basis of a company’s Scope 1, 2 and 3 emissions divided by its enterprise value, including cash (EVIC).Criticisms of the metric included that it creates sector biases, is volatile and may render unworkable the self-decarbonisation requirement TEG has proposed for the climate benchmarks, and “does not do justice to issuer-level climate change efforts”.Describing the metric as “exotic”, Scientific Beta argued there was “no scientific or business basis” to use it instead of a widely-used version of weighted average carbon intensity (WACI) based on Scope 1 and 2 emissions and using revenues as the denominator. Scientific Beta said self-reported Scope 3 emissions data is too scarce and lacking in quality and consistency to support portfolio decision-making and that requiring Scope 3 emissions to be included in the carbon intensity calculation could lead to “disregarding the efforts made by companies to mitigate their greenhouse gas emissions”.Scope 3 emissions are all of an entity’s indirect emissions except those from purchased energy – for example, in the case of fossil fuel companies they include emissions produced when an individual drives an internal combustion engine car.‘Commercial self-interest’Andreas Hoepner, professor of operational risk, banking and finance at University College Dublin, is one of two members of the European Commission’s sustainable finance TEG who was appointed in a personal capacity and the only such individual on the benchmarks sub-group.Hoepner said: “It is stunning that Scientific Beta can write over 70 pages with 99 footnotes on EU green finance policy and fail to even mention the EU’s net zero 2050 aim, which was adopted last year.”“If they had taken the EU’s net zero 2050 aim as their starting point instead of their commercial self-interest, they might have come to a different conclusion on crucial aspects such as the Scope 3 emissions of the fossil fuel sector.”Asked what the TEG’s starting point was with regard to its work on the EU climate benchmark categories, Hoepner told IPE it was the Intergovernmental Panel on Climate Change’s 1.5°C warming trajectory with no or limited overshoot, which effectively meant carbon neutrality by 2050.The European Commission agreed on a 2050 net zero ambition in November 2018, with EU member states, except Poland, endorsing this goal late last year. “It is crucial for Scientific Beta and others to understand that fossil fuel Scope 3 emissions are the primary cause of climate change.”Andreas Hoepner, professor of operational risk, banking and finance at University College Dublin and member of the TEG Hoepner said: “Given the EU’s aim of achieving net zero by 2050, it is crucial for Scientific Beta and others to understand that fossil fuel Scope 3 emissions are the primary cause of climate change. They are the patient zero, to use a coronavirus metaphor.“Hence,” he continued, “fossil fuel scope 3 emissions have to be downsized significantly for the EU to achieve net zero by 2050. Repsol and possibly also BP seem to understand this, as do many asset owners and asset managers.“Scientific Beta has to understand this scientific reality too, if they want to gradually transform themselves into a leader in environmentally responsible investing.”EVIC denominatorHoepner said using revenue as the denominator for greenhouse gas (GHG) emissions biases the GHG intensity figure in favour of sectors such as coal, which are exposed to stranded assets when compared with market valuation-based denominators.“In my personal view, this can be considered greenwashing in favour of polluting sectors and is not aligned with the EU’s net zero 2050 objective,” he said.“The recent launches of EU Climate Transition or EU Paris-Aligned Benchmark concepts by index providers that were not part of TEG, such as Dow Jones S&P or Solactive, show that many of Scientific Beta’s competitors can work with our proposed denominator of EVIC.”“Scientific Beta appear rather desperate to avoid the costs of switching from revenue to EVIC,” he continued.The TEG’s final report on benchmarks is meant to provide the basis for the European Commission’s drafting of delegated acts specifying more detailed requirements in relation to the EU climate benchmark categories.Scientific Beta’s report can be downloaded here.GHG emission scopesThe GHG Protocol Corporate Standard classifies a company’s GHG emissions into three scopes:1. Direct emissions from owned or controlled sources2. Indirect emissions from the generation of purchased energy3. All indirect emissions not included in scope 2 that occur in the value chain of the reporting company, including both upstream and downstream emissions
The 2009 edition of the IPL was held in South Africa as it clashed with the election dates while in the 2014 elections, one half of the IPL was played in the United Arab Emirates.All the teams will play four matches in the two weeks. Mumbai Indians, the three-time champions will open their campaign against Delhi Capitals in Mumbai on March 24 while two-time champions Kolkata Knight Riders will play 2016 champions Sunrisers Hyderabad in Kolkata. The Feroz Shah Kotla will host Delhi against Chennai Super Kings on March 26.FIXTURESSAT 23-MARCH CHENNAI SUPER KINGS ROYAL CHALLENGERS BANGALORE CHENNAISUN 24-MARCH KOLKATA KNIGHT RIDERS SUNRISERS HYDERABAD KOLKATAMUMBAI INDIANS DELHI CAPITALS MUMBAIMON 25-MARCH RAJASTHAN ROYALS KINGS XI PUNJAB JAIPURTUE 26-MARCH DELHI CAPITALS CHENNAI SUPER KINGS DELHIWED 27-MARCH KOLKATA KNIGHT RIDERS KINGS XI PUNJAB KOLKATATHU 28-MARCH ROYAL CHALLENGERS BANGALORE MUMBAI INDIANS BENGALURUFRI 29-MARCH SUNRISERS HYDERABAD RAJASTHAN ROYALS HYDERABADSAT 30-MARCH KINGS XI PUNJAB MUMBAI INDIANS MOHALIDELHI CAPITALS KOLKATA KNIGHT RIDERS DELHISUN 31-MARCH SUNRISERS HYDERABAD ROYAL CHALLENGERS BANGALORE HYDERABADCHENNAI SUPER KINGS RAJASTHAN ROYALS CHENNAIMON 01-APRIL KINGS XI PUNJAB DELHI CAPITALS MOHALITUE 02-APRIL RAJASTHAN ROYALS ROYAL CHALLENGERS BANGALORE JAIPURWED 03-APRIL MUMBAI INDIANS CHENNAI SUPER KINGS MUMBAITHU 04-APRIL DELHI CAPITALS SUNRISERS HYDERABAD DELHIFRI 05-APRIL ROYAL CHALLENGERS BANGALORE KOLKATA KNIGHT RIDERS BENGALURU highlights For all the Latest Sports News News, Cricket News News, Download News Nation Android and iOS Mobile Apps. RCB have won only once against CSK in Chepauk.The clash between CSK and RCB is dubbed the Kaveri Derby.CSK and Mumbai Indians are the three-time IPL champions. New Delhi: The fixtures for the 2019 Indian Premier League has been announced and it starts off with a blockbuster match on March 23. The opening game will see three-time and current champions Chennai Super Kings, captained by MS Dhoni, taking on Virat Kohli’s Royal Challengers Bangalore at the MA Chidambaram stadium in Chepauk. In 2018, Chennai Super Kings had played only one match at their home venue but the rest of the fixtures where shifted out of Chepauk following protests by some groups over the Cauvery issue. Chennai Super Kings won the 2018 edition of the tournament when they defeated Sunrisers Hyderabad in the final in Mumbai thanks to a brilliant century from Shane Watson.In a statement released by the official website of the IPL, the tournament organisers said these dates were still subject to the announcement of the Lok Sabha 2019 election dates. The Election Commission is likely to announce the schedule of the Lok Sabha polls in the first week of March. “Once the election dates are released we will address any issues with the first two weeks and also prepare a schedule for the remainder of the season working with the local authorities around the polling dates,” the statement read.
At Homestead, he led 137 of 267 laps on the 1 1/2-mile track in Joe Gibbs Racing’s No. 11 Toyota, finishing 0.895 ahead of Elliott.US SOCCER-NATIONAL ANTHEMU.S. Soccer president addresses repeal of anthem policyUNDATED (AP) — U.S. Soccer President City Parlow Cone has apologized for the federation’s lack of leadership in the fight against racism. Parlow Cone on Saturday discussed the federation’s decision to repeal a policy that required players to stand during the national anthem.The rule had been adopted by U.S. Soccer in 2017 when national team player Megan Rapinoe kneeled during the anthem in support of Colin Kaepernick’s protests of police brutality and racial injustice. — An Arizona Coyotes staff member has tested positive for COVID-19 and is isolated at home in the Phoenix area. The teams say the staffer is asymptomatic and feeling well. The team says all other staff members or players involved in phase 2 of the NHL’s testing protocol have tested negative as teams prepare to start voluntary small-group workouts on Monday. NHL mandatory training camps can open July 10, pending an agreement to returning to play later this summer.— Jeremy Jeffress, Jordan Montgomery, Kevin Plawecki could be playing for free this season, earning salaries lower than what they already received as advances. Mookie Betts, George Springer, J.T. Realmuto, James Paxton and Marcus Stroman are likely to find fewer bidders, dollars and contract years as the free-agent market lurches into a free fall next offseason. And all of baseball could be bracing for a spring training lockout and shortened 2022 season after the coronavirus pandemic heightened the likelihood of the sport’s first work stoppage since 1994-95. June 15, 2020 Fitch Ratings recently affirmed its “A-plus” credit mark for the NFL and its properties in part because of the league’s media deals. Fitch says the NFL estimates each team’s media revenue at $250 million per season. The number gets bigger later in the contract, and each deal is set to expire in the next two years.So, it’s safe to say more than half of the league’s $15 billion in annual revenue comes from the TV deals shared equally among all 32 teams — unlike Major League Baseball, the NBA and NHL.MLB’s attempts to get the baseball season started are being held up in part by a disagreement over how to compensate players in the likelihood that owners will have no fan-related revenue.In other developments related to the COVID-19 pandemic:— Ash Barty has joined the ranks of high-profile players expressing concern over the staging of the U.S. Open while there’s still so much uncertainty around the coronavirus pandemic. The women’s No. 1 hasn’t had the chance yet to defend her French Open title because all elite tennis competition is shuttered. She is still awaiting clarity on the U.S. Open, which is scheduled to start Aug. 31. Novak Djokovic and Rafael Nadal have aired reservations about the potential restrictions on players and other changes being considered. Barty says “I understand the tournaments are eager to run but keeping everyone safe has to be the priority.” It was repealed this week during a special meeting called by Parlow Cone. On Saturday, she apologized to African Americans and other minorities “for us not being leaders in this fight.”AMERICA PROTESTS-NHL‘Long overdue’: White NHL players find their voice on racismUNDATED (AP) — The predominantly white sport of hockey has a checkered history of racism and a culture of not speaking out. The death of George Floyd in Minnesota has changed that.A number of white NHL players have decided to join their black counterparts in discussing the issue. Update on the latest sports Denny Hamlin wins on a long day at HomesteadHOMSTEAD, Fla. (AP) — Denny Hamlin found the magic at Homestead-Miami Speedway, once again.Hamlin went to the lead for the final time with 30 laps left and held off Chase Elliott for his record-tying third NASCAR Cup Series victory at Homestead. Former drivers Tony Stewart and Greg Biffle are the other three-time winners.Hamlin is in the club now, after battling Elliott most of the night. Hamlin raced to his third victory of the season and 40th overall.He opened the season with a victory in the Daytona 500 and won at Darlington last month. Share This StoryFacebookTwitteremailPrintLinkedinRedditTOUR RETURNSBerger a winner at Colonial, and PGA Tour feels like it, tooFORT WORTH, Texas (AP) — The PGA Tour returned after three months and Commissioner Jay Monahan felt every bit a winner as Daniel Berger at Colonial. More than 100 players posted statements on social media. Kim Davis is the NHL’s executive vice president of social impact and the highest-ranked African American in the league. She says she thinks many players are realizing the truth about what she calls “the racial pandemic.”VIRUS OUTBREAK-SPORTSTV money gives NFL leg up if fans can’t fill team’s coffersUNDATED (AP) — Timing favors the NFL over other major pro sports leagues in trying to figure out how to keep the coronavirus pandemic from wrecking the 2020 season. America’s most popular sport has another big advantage if the games are played: TV money.While NFL owners could lose billions collectively with limited capacities in stadiums or no fans at all, the league is well positioned financially because of lucrative media contracts approaching $10 billion in a full 2020 season. There were no positive tests from the 487 administered at the Charles Schwab Challenge to players, caddies and key personnel. There were no fans, either.Monahan called it a phenomenal return, mainly because it was a healthy won.Berger won in a sudden-death playoff when Collin Morikawa missed a 3-foot putt.Morikawa says just because it was a good return doesn’t mean players can ignore that the COVID-19 pandemic remains a threat.NASCAR-HOMESTEAD Associated Press
Smith hit .241 with 13 homers and 53 RBIs in 101 games for Baltimore last year. He is expected to be a starter for the rebuilding Orioles, who are coming off two straight 100-loss seasons.___Edmonton Oilers defenseman Caleb Jones says he tested positive for the coronavirus before training camp.Jones said Friday he tested positive when he returned to Edmonton from his home in Dallas. He says he was asymptomatic.The NHL is not releasing the names of players who test positive for the virus, and the league also is no longer revealing which teams players who test positive play for. Smith hopes to be ready to play in Baltimore’s opener at Boston on July 24.“I feel great now,” Smith said on a Zoom call Saturday.Outfielder Anthony Santander also missed the start of camp because of a positive test. He reported on Tuesday.Smith tested positive when camp opened early this month — a result that caught him by surprise.“It was kind of alarming because I really didn’t have symptoms. I didn’t lose taste or smell,” he said. “I felt normal and everybody around me, my family, was fine.” Associated Press July 18, 2020 Share This StoryFacebookTwitteremailPrintLinkedinRedditThe Latest on the effects of the coronavirus pandemic on sports around the world:___Outfielder Dwight Smith Jr. has rejoined the Baltimore Orioles after missing the start of summer camp following a positive test for the coronavirus. The Latest: Smith back with Orioles after positive test The 23-year-old Jones became the second NHL player to acknowledge a positive test in a media interview. Maple Leafs center Auston Matthews also revealed his positive test.Jones said he completed his 14 days of isolation before camp started, but was held out of main sessions for the first three days as he tried to get himself back up to speed.He said he revealed his positive test “to set the record straight.”“It’s obviously a very weird disease, a weird time in the world right now,” Jones said. “Some people get really affected by it and it can be deadly and other people would never know they had it and I was maybe lucky enough to be in that group. If I had never gotten tested, I would have never realized I had it.”___ More AP sports: https://apnews.com/apf-sports and https://twitter.com/AP_Sports
Stephanie Moebius/The Badger HeraldTuesday afternoon, the Wisconsin Badgers’ offense seemed to be rounding into shape. The shape, at least, expected as the end of spring practice approaches.On the second play of the first-team scrimmage, quarterback Jon Budmayr dropped back, faked a handoff to running back James White and let rip a high-arching balloon of a toss down the left sideline. Budmayr – known especially for his strong arm – would go on to overthrow a few balls this practice, and this one was no different.Yet, fullback Bradie Ewing kept pace with the ball, and just when it was within reach, he extended his left arm and hauled it in. The lefty, one-handed grab was the first of two impressive catches for Ewing Tuesday, and it was arguably the highlight of the entire practice.Now a senior, Ewing has made just that kind of impression as a Badger. He’s consistently there, doing his job – he played in 38 of a possible 39 games his first three years – but he might not be noticed during the process. That, as the history of football has proven, is typically the life of a fullback. Line up in front of the tail back and behind the quarterback, make your blocks and don’t mess up. If the ball’s thrown to you, catch it.Fortunately for the Badgers, Ewing has embraced the constantly ungrateful role.“I just kind of accepted it,” Ewing said. “I kind of score my touchdowns now by having that nice block to spring that runner, something like that. I am a fullback and I have bought into it. I get my success from the team and scoring touchdowns as an offense, more than anything. Just trying to win games.”Ewing has scored three touchdowns of his own – one on a one-yard run against Marshall in 2008, the second on a 7-yard run against Austin Peay last season and the third on a 3-yard reception later in that game. Yet, true to fullback form, Ewing’s most significant contributions stem from his blocking and his leadership.Last year, Wisconsin’s offense was a wrecking ball, a force to be reckoned with – every clich? imaginable was thrown around, and appropriately so. The Badgers ran for 3,194 yards last year (12th in the nation) and averaged 5.5 yards per attempt (seventh in the nation). Their 48 rushing touchdowns were second in the nation, and two running backs (White and John Clay) each eclipsed the 1,000-yard mark. Montee Ball, who missed one game, finished four yards shy with 996.Much of the credit rightfully went to the dominant offensive line, the left half of which has since departed for the National Football League (tackle Gabe Carimi and guard John Moffitt).But no matter how much credit went elsewhere – or how little he received himself – the Badgers give Ewing everything he’s due.“Just knowing that we could count on him,” Ball answered when asked what’s best about Ewing. “Our dive plays, running right behind him – us running backs knew that we could cut right inside of him just about every time because he was going to finish his block. Knowing that you’re running behind someone that’s going to finish their block every time gives you that edge over the defense.”Ewing entered last season known as one of the nicest guys on a team and a dependable blocker. He left it with all those traits but also managed to build a mean streak and emerge as one of the unquestioned leaders on the team.Perhaps most impressive, though, was Ewing’s ability to withstand a challenge from one of his best friends on the team. Early in the season, Ryan Groy, a reserve offensive lineman, supplanted him on the fullback depth chart. Groy started the season-opener at UNLV, and from that early point on, Ewing was pushed to improve.“[Last year] was kind of up and down,” Ewing said. “I started off a little bit slow. They had Groy in there at fullback, and to be able to gain more confidence in myself, come out with a better mentality throughout the season and continue to work to get better, I was able to put myself in a position to help the offense toward the end of the season, the last half of the season. It was really rewarding, just be a part of that offense and part of the team’s success.”To his credit, Ewing never outwardly admitted taking offense at Groy grabbing his spot. The two remained good friends, as Groy said they went hunting a few times during the season.Still, Ewing recognized the challenge and adjusted his play accordingly. He developed a mean streak, eagerly seeking out defenders to block and finishing them off until the play ended. Occasionally, Ewing even took it farther.“There was a part even last season where you’d see him going to look at knocking the other guy out or finishing another guy off,” Groy said. “It was a point where I think he might have got called for a few, but it was to the point where it was just relentless effort and just relentless toughness.”Relentlessly indeed, Ewing morphed from a dependable blocker into a powerful, dependable force who never waited for opposing players to run into him. Rather, he ran into them, and the effect permeated Wisconsin’s offense attack.“It’s real nice running behind Bradie,” Ball said. “If you just watch a game or something, he just goes until he hears a whistle. That’s phenomenal. I’ve never seen a player actually do that before, I honestly haven’t. I tip my cap to him, because that’s incredible. I love running behind him because I know he’s going to get the job done.”As if running behind him wasn’t enough, the Badgers have come to rely on Ewing also as a pass-catcher. He’ll rarely be the first option on pass plays, but after not catching any passes his first two years, Ewing recorded eight for 82 yards and two touchdowns last season. One reception came in the Rose Bowl, where Ewing hauled in a pass from quarterback Scott Tolzien and ran 28 yards to Texas Christian University’s 1-yard line. On the next play, Clay hammered through the goal line and gave Wisconsin its first touchdown of the game.The Badgers ended up falling to the Horned Frogs, but Ewing’s early reception served as a capstone to his evolutionary junior year. Now, Ewing prepares for 2011 not just as a fullback. Instead, he’s a fullback that can block, run, catch and lead. With UW’s offense losing Carimi, Moffitt, Tolzien, Clay and tight end Lance Kendricks to the NFL, that last trait very well could prove to be most impactful for Ewing.“We’re workers, and we try to do our best to just pound people,” Ewing said. “Play after play, we’re going to bring it, and I think a fullback is a good position to start that off at. Hopefully, people are looking to me for that leadership, but I definitely got a long ways to go in the same account.”
Brennen Lopez | Daily TrojanThe No. 7 women’s soccer team hosted Oregon State yesterday afternoon in their first Pac-12 home game of the year, putting in an outstanding performance and defeating the Beavers 4-0.The Trojans (6-1-1) started the game with immediate pressure on the Beaver defense, controlling the ball and possession in the opening minutes of the game. The first chance of the game resulted from a deflection off a Beaver defender in the second minute. The breakthrough came in the third minute when junior forward Leah Pruitt opened the scoring for the Trojans. The ball deflected off multiple Beavers defenders inside the penalty box, and it fell kindly to Pruitt’s foot, where she slotted it into the bottom right corner to give the Trojans an early lead.The Trojans had another golden opportunity in the sixth minute, with a cross entering from the right wing into the penalty area, but no one could get a foot on it. The early pressure from the Trojans frustrated the Beavers, not knowing how to counter the relentlessness of the Trojan attack. The next chance for the Trojans came in the 13th minute with a low cross from the right wing entering the penalty box to the right foot of Pruitt. Pruitt had space inside the penalty area but only managed a shot over the crossbar. The chances kept coming for the Trojans such as in the 16th minute when a shot from freshman midfielder Savannah DeMelo was deflected off the leg of a Beaver defender, going out of play for a corner kick. Another chance came in the 17th minute as Pruitt was one-on-one with the goalkeeper, having beat her defender. However, she was brought down inside the penalty box, with the referee deciding not to call a penalty. A second goal came in the 20th minute off a corner kick from the left side. The ball flew in the air into the penalty box and an excellent headed effort by senior midfielder Nicole Molen doubled the lead for the Trojans. A third goal almost came a minute later when the Trojans, once again utilizing the right flank, had a shot roll only inches wide of the right post.The first half continued in this fashion, with an injury to an Oregon State player halting the game in the 27th minute in a somber moment for both teams. At the end of the first half, the Trojans were dominating the game, controlling possession and maintained their 2-0 lead. The Trojans started the second half just as they started the first, retaining possession and creating scoring opportunities. A prime opportunity arose in the 48th minute with a cross from the left wing was hit with a little too much pace, not allowing redshirt senior midfielder Samantha Rooney to get a head to it. Another opportunity came in the 50th minute with a Nicole Molen header going above the crossbar. The Trojans continued to apply massive amounts of pressure on the Beaver backline, with opportunities arising constantly. The Beaver backline finally gave in the 68th minute when a shot by redshirt junior midfielder Sydney Myers, with the assistance of the goalpost, found the back of the net, extending the Trojan lead to 3-0. Pruitt marked the perfect ending to her afternoon with another goal in the 87th minute, with a low shot beating the Beaver goalkeeper in the left, bottom corner to make the final score 4-0.Overall, it was a very strong and dominating performance for the Trojans, leaving the game with 26 shots (15 on target) while only conceding 2 shots (0 on target). It was a complete performance from both the Trojans attack and defense, making it impossible for Oregon State to get into a rhythm and provide a fight. The Trojans will host Oregon on Sunday, hoping for another win to keep their undefeated Pac-12 season alive.
Rob Evans, Scott Baldwin and Samson Lee are in the front row with Luke Charteris and Alun Wyn Jones in the second row.Captain Sam Warburton leads the side from blindside with Justin Tipuric at openside and Taulupe Faletau at number eight. In the back-line Tom James makes his first appearance since 2010 with George North on the other wing and Gareth Anscombe at full back. Jonathan Davies returns to the side from injury for the first time since last year’s Six Nations and he is named alongside Jamie Roberts in midfield.Dan Biggar and Gareth Davies are the half-backs.
Russell Yershon: Fan engagement is vital during crisis times April 7, 2020 Better Collective moves fast to mitigate COVID-19 as esports journey begins May 15, 2020 Related Articles RankTipsterRace WinsPoints ‘Better for Bettors’: Better Collective’s formalised approach to sustainable development June 15, 2020 StumbleUpon Russell YershonRussell Yershon, the former Head of Sportsbook for Titanbet, is the industry guest for this week’s seven-race Tipster Challenge at Hereford Races.Yershon will be going up against the 11th placed experts from Timeform, and Stephen Harris of bettingexpert, who last week retained a 2.56-point average after 16 weeks of action.Alan Alger continues to lead the way after his 11.41-point showing at Fontwell back in October. Can Yershon rival the PR Manager from Betway?____________________________________1:30bettingexpert: Miracle CureHas quirks and needs producing late, but has been found a good opening here to get back on track with deep ground no issue.Timeform: LillingtonShowed his best form yet on handicap debut at Wincanton last month and this lightly-raced 5-y-o may yet do better.Russ Yershon: Way of the WorldA winner at Hereford last time out on heavy ground, Way of the world has a lively chance. Although racing off a higher mark this time, having course form could stand for a lot in this encounter.____________________________________2:00bettingexpert: AurillacWas an unlucky loser at Newbury last time and can get off the mark over fences at the fifth attempt.Timeform: AurillacA shade unfortunate not to make it fourth time lucky over shorter at Newbury in December, and now equipped with blinkers, he can open his account.Russ Yershon: Chef D’OeuvreCan take advantage of drop back in class in this beginners’ chase after a recent good run in a Listed race at Warwick over three miles last month.____________________________________2:30bettingexpert: Ice Cool ChampsShowed plenty of ability on his bumper debut and will relish this test of stamina now switched to hurdles.Timeform: Ice Cool ChampsShowed plenty of ability when second on bumper debut at Warwick in December, and understandably up in trip for hurdles bow (stoutly bred), he can open his account.Russ Yershon: Diamond FortTaking on the odds-on favourite with course and distance, Diamond Fort, who finished 3rd of 14 in early January. Improvement on that form today can find the horse first past the winning post.____________________________________3:00bettingexpert: Final NudgeRan well when third to Premier Bond last time out and that form has since been franked.Timeform: AlcalaMade a very encouraging start to his chase career when third in a good-quality handicap at Uttoxeter on New Year’s Eve and could be the answer with improvement forthcoming.Russ Yershon: Colin’s BrotherTough one to pick here, but hat-trick seeking Colin’s Brother gets the vote having won over fences over varying ground from good to soft and heavy and distance shouldn’t be a problem either.____________________________________3:30bettingexpert: Racing PulseBetter than his form figures suggest, and should find this a lot easier than the three Cheltenham handicaps he has tackled this season.Timeform: MountainousHasn’t fired this season but there was at least some hint of a revival at Warwick last time and he could be worth chancing now only 1 lb higher than when winning the Welsh National last term.Russ Yershon: MountainousThe horse is well treated for today’s handicap chase and two-time Welsh National winner can roll back the years by giving trainer Kerry Lee a nice winner here at Hereford.____________________________________4:00bettingexpert: Pacha Du PolderPacha Du Polder has a touch of class at this level, and should go close under a talented lady rider.Timeform: Pacha Du PolderConfirmed he’s still competitive in regulation handicaps over the summer and this looks a good starting point for him ahead of his main spring targets.Russ Yershon: GrandiosoRan well at Taunton finishing 2nd last time out and has the stamina to deliver a winning performance here ahead of Pacha Du Polder.____________________________________4:30bettingexpert: Runasimi RiverHails from the Mulholland stable that can do little wrong at present and can make a winning debut if the market speaks positively late on.Timeform: Born for WarHas garnered experience in points, and following a sound Rules debut when third in a solid-looking bumper at Sedgefield, is very much the one to beat.Russ Yershon: Well SmittenGoing against the favourite here with Well Smitten, who should look to improve on last month’s debut at Warwick. With Gavin Sheehan on board, he can take the spoils in the finale at Hereford.____________________________________Where will Russell Yershon enter on the Tipster Challenge leaderboard? Share Submit Share 1Alan Alger – Betway311.41 2Phillip Anderson – Before The Off36.17 3Ciaran O’Brien – William Hill35.29 4Ben Cleminson – Square in the Air14.50 5John Hill – Coral24.25 6Alex Donohue – Ladbrokes24.11 7Michael Shinners – Sky Bet24.00 8Stuart Tilly – Argyll Entertainment14.00 9Trevor Keane – Sportego23.50 10Matthew Hulmes – Betfred23.25 11Timeform1.813.23 12Paddy Power13.00 13bettingexpert1.252.56 14Charlie McCann – BetVictor11.75 15Stephen Power – @racingblogger21.69 16John Cruces – Dafabet11.25 17Michael Whittle – Team FA10.91 18Ed Nicholson – Unibet10.73